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Inequality and Progress

BooksOctober 13, 1972
Equality is a charmed word. It fascinates reformers. Prophets that watch for signs and portents as they that watch for the morning are almost unanimous in predictions of a widening social equality. When the word can no longer be used indiscriminately, it is still retained as defining an...

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A New History of Leviathan

BooksAugust 17, 1972
The essays in this book reveal how and in what manner the corporate state developed in twentieth-century America.

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Labor Monopolies or Freedom

BooksJune 15, 1972
Labor unions are today the sacred cows. Most writers and speakers are afraid to expose the anti-social tendencies of organized labor, for if they do so, they know they themselves will be denounced as fascists, anti-labor, labor baiters, and reactionaries.

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The Monetary Sin of the West

BooksJune 15, 1972
The problem of Western currency is more topical than ever, and it cannot endure very long in the present state.

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To Free or Freeze

BooksMay 15, 1972
That millions claim "the last word" on matters of political economy, and disagree as much as they do, suggests that no one has more than scratched the surface...

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Ten Thousand Commandments: A Story of the Antitrust Laws

BooksApril 26, 1972
Moses had nothing on the Supreme Court. He handed down ten commandments. The Supreme Court is handing down ten thousand. And like. the ten that Moses brought down from Mount Sinai, they are nearly all "don'ts."...

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Let's Abolish Government

BooksFebruary 26, 1972
This collection was selected personally by Murray Rothbard as Lysander Spooner' s best work...

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Frédéric Bastiat: A Man Alone

BooksOctober 20, 1971
Bastiat was a precursor to the Austrian tradition, both in his attachment to scientific truth and his moral courage to tell the truth regardless of the circumstances and regardless of who tried to prevent him from doing so. Bastiat struggled his entire life to teach economic truths to every living...

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Then Truth Will Out

BooksOctober 15, 1971
Civilization can mean nothing less than a society of civilized people. So how is a civilized person to be identified?

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The History of Banks

BooksJuly 22, 1971
This book discusses the history of banking beginning in Venice and Genoa. It continues by demonstrating the advantages and necessity of free competition in the business of banking.

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